| 7.8°C Belfast

Love Ulster rally in Dublin will go ahead, says Willie Frazer

Close

Meeting: Willie Frazer

Meeting: Willie Frazer

Meeting: Willie Frazer

Loyalist Willie Frazer has said that a Love Ulster march will go ahead in Dublin "in the next couple of weeks" after he met with senior members of the Irish police.

The high-level meeting took place at Balbriggan Garda station yesterday morning, with Chief Superintendent Pat Leahy of Store Street Garda station and Detective Chief Superintendent John Gilligan of the force's Liaison and Protection section in attendance.

Mr Frazer said after the talks that Garda chiefs were "more than happy" to facilitate the march.

The last Love Ulster march in Dublin in 2006 was marred by major rioting in the heart of the city.

Belfast Telegraph